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Cura 14.12.1 slicer problem not in 14.12

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Could be that the fix for:


Is messing up this model. I'll do tests when I'm back at the office in the new year.

Got a link to this model for me?


ok I send to you a pm with the link to dropbox. But do not lose a lot of time because it is an unfinished model,sure it has problems. but I do not understand why the previous version of cura processes it well.



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Closer investigation shows that 14.12 and 14.09 are actually not slicing this model correctly. But that a debug draw was still enabled causing the above confusion. It seems I mistakenly left the "draw open edges" on, which are drawn in red, and thus look like the side of the model is actually printed.

With 14.12.1 I removed this debug drawing, and thus the model actually shows as it's printed.

(And yes, like you said, the model needs quite some more work before it's printable, lots of open faces)


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